Dec 4, 2012

John MOuse Releases 'Robbie Savage', Buries Pet Hamster 'Baldric'

John MOuse releases 'Robbie Savage' a download only single for sale at one pound on the 17th of December 2012.

'Robbie Savage' is the first release from Valleys born anti-pop hero John MOuse and the follow up to the success of his 2010 album "Humber Dogger Forties". An excellent individual pop album that featured witty lyrical tales of gay incestual love duets, postpartum sex (or lack of it), a flashing 10 year old sister, crimes of passion and entrapment, all flowing from the foolish dreams of a young boy, who wants his parents to stay married until he is 18. John MOuse has been described as the following. "The Welsh Beck, "Kurt Wagner with sexual issues" and "a cross between a more aggressive Art Brut, and a less funny Half Man Half Biscuit." 

Released just in time for the festive period 'Robbie Savage' will shortly be accompanied by a video depicting a touching family scene at the Davies household. Don’t be mistaken, Robbie Savage isn’t about the flowing locked Welsh footballer. No sir, it’s a gentle ode to broken families. The song claimed it’s title when the lyric “Macho Man Randy Savage is frozen in mid air” was misheard. Robbie Savage is a gentle track, with minimal instrumentation, repetitive melody and honest lyrics.




John MOuse is currently working on recording his fourth album “I was a goalkeeper” which is scheduled for release mid 2013.

credits

released 17 December 2012
Lyrics and Music, John Davies. Music and production, P. Pearce.



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